Dwarf Species

Dwarf Species

Suitable for the smaller garden and can be grown in containers. They will look good in mixed planting in rock gardens. There is a wide range of flower and leaf size and type. Most small leafed alpine types tend not to be so tolerant of areas with hot summers.

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Rhododendron fastigiatum

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Shoots with dark brown to black scales. Long broadly funnel-shaped, light purple to purplish blueFlower Colour: Light purple to blueFlowering Time: April-May Scented:   No Ultimate Height :  1.00 metres / 3 feet 3 inchesParentage : Hardiness : -23°C (-10°F) Hardy anywhere in the UK and moderate parts of Europe such as Holland, southern Sweden, coas..

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Rhododendron impeditum

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Broadly funnel-shaped bluish mauve, purplish blue or pinkish purple Matt green leaves with brown scales below.Flower Colour: Bluish mauveFlowering Time: April-May Scented:   No Ultimate Height :  0.25 metres / 0 feet 9 inchesParentage : Hardiness : -18°C (0°F) Hardy in all but the coldest parts of UK.Group : Dwarf Species up to 1m..

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